*10 is the highest possible score a song can get on my rating scale. Dance and cruise power refers to whether the song would get me to the dance floor and if it is a song I would like to cruise to in my car. Creativity refers to how original the remix is [does it break any barriers].
1. RADIO REMIX 4:10--This song is nearly identical to the album version. In fact, I wasn't adept enough to distinguish the two versions.
2. EL B REMIX 5:58--This remix has a house flavor to it. A fairly static beat. Pink's vocal on this track resemble the vocals on the album version. Creativity: 6.5/10, Dance and cruise power: 6/10
3. DUB CONSPIRACY REMIX 5:34 remixed by Andrew Hunter. This is the better remix of the two on this cd. There is a female voice that sings "ahh"'s reminiscent of those that you can barely make out in the background of the album version that Hunter brings to the forefront of this remix, which adds a nice touch. Creativity: 8/10, Dance and cruise power: 6.5/10.
4. ALBUM VERSION By far the most danceable and upbeat version of the song. Creativity: 9.5/10, Dance and cruise power: 9.5/10.
OUTCOME: In my opinion, Pink is by far one of the best talents to emerge as of late. Her album Can't Take Me Home is a very good investment. These remixes, however, come up short of elevating an awesome song to another level.